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Calder Memorial Trophy Winner Odds, Predictions, Best Bets 2022/23

Written by: Ryan Bristlon
Updated March 28, 2023
10 min read
Calder Trophy Winner Nhl
  • Seattle’s Matty Beniers a heavy favorite for rookie of the year
  • Only one goalie makes our list
  • Maccelli Arizona’s one bright spot this season

NHL 2022-23 Calder Memorial Trophy Odds

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Player/Team

Odds

Matty Beniers - Seattle Kraken

-700
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Cole Perfetti - Winnipeg Jets

+7500
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Logan Thompson - Vegas Golden Knights

+7500
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What is the Calder Memorial Trophy?

The Calder Memorial Trophy is handed out annually to the player deemed to have been the most efficient throughout his inaugural season in the NHL: the rookie of the year.

The award is named after Frank Calder - the very first President of the NHL organization.

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Favorites To Win Calder Trophy 2022/23

Matty Beniers - Seattle Kraken (Current: 11G, 12A, 23P)

After missing the playoffs in their inaugural season last year, the Seattle Kraken now sit second in the Pacific division behind only the Vegas Golden Knights. Matty Beniers is a big reason for their success.

The second-overall draft pick for 2021, Beniers is now leading all rookies this season with 11 goals and 23 points, Beniers also has the third-most shots on net amongst rookies and has a shooting percentage of 19-percent (the highest on this list).

Beniers is a +3 and is scoring at a pace of 0.82 points-per-game.

Odds: +170

Logan Thompson - Vegas Golden Knights (Current: 13-7-0, .917 SV%, 2.70GAA)

The only goaltender on this list, Logan Thompson has been a star for the Vegas Golden Knights this season even though he went undrafted.

Thompson ranks within the top-six in wins, shots against, and shutouts - having already earned two this season. He has allowed only 54 goals against in 20 games played this season.

No goalie has won the Calder Memorial Trophy since Steve Mason back in 2009.

Odds: +475

Cole Perfetti - Winnipeg Jets (Current: 6G, 12A, 18P)

In 28 games played this season with the Winnipeg Jets, Cole Perfetti ranks third among rookies in points with 18 and is a +4.

He ranks fourth in rookie shots despite seeing less ice time than Matty Beniers and Matias Maccelli.

Perfetti was selected 10th overall by the Winnipeg Jets in the 2020 NHL entry draft.

Odds: +900

Matias Maccelli - Arizona Coyotes (Current: 2G, 18A, 20P)

Despite sitting in the bottom three of the Western Conference, the Arizona Coyotes have at least one thing to be happy about: Matias Maccelli, who was a steal in the 2019 draft - being selected in the fourth-round and 98th overall.

Maccelli leads all rookies with 18 assists and ranks second with 20 points on the season. He is averaging 0.80 points-per-game and has managed to maintain a plus-minus of zero this season.

He has eight power play points in 25 games played.

Odds: +1600

Jack Quinn - Buffalo Sabres (Current: 6G, 11A, 17P)

A trend over the past few seasons, the Buffalo Sabres started the year strong but have struggled as of late. But that onus is not on rookie forward Jack Quinn.

Selected eight-overall in the 2020 NHL entry draft, Quinn ranks fourth in rookie scoring with 17 points and is a +4 on the season. He is fifth in power play points and has a 0.71 shooting percentage.

He has played less games than any other player on this list.

Odds: +1800

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Ryan Bristlon is a Canadian writer currently residing in Hamilton, Ontario. He studied print and broadcast journalism at Humber College and has been a lifelong fan of the sport of hockey and the NHL.



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